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Description: An oral history interview with Mary Pickering Barker, an early director of the University of California Training School for Nurses, and a leader in the nursing profession in California.
Collection Guide: University of California San Francisco Oral Histories
Call Number: OH 34 and OH 35
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This audio is part of the collection: University of California, San Francisco Library, Archives & Special Collections
It also belongs to collections: stream_only; California Light and Sound; Cultural & Academic Films
Source: 2 reels of 2: 1/4" open reel audio tape master - half track mono
Keywords: californialightandsound; Lomax, Barber; Nanm, Helen; Barker, Mary Pickering; Oral History; San Francisco (Calif.); University of California, San Francisco